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Section: Disclosure of juvenile information; penalties for disclosure.

Statute: 40:66A-60

After the creation of a solid waste management authority as provided herein, no municipality within the district shall have power to engage in, grant any license or permit for, or enter into any contract for the collection or treatment and disposal of garbage, refuse and solid wastes; and no such municipality, or any person, firm, corporation or association shall engage in any activities within such municipality which would be competitive with the purposes of the solid waste management authority as provided in this act provided however, that the prohibitions aforesaid shall not be applicable to that activity (to wit: either the collection or disposal of solid wastes) in which any such solid waste management authority shall determine not to engage. It is hereby determined and declared that it is necessary for the health and welfare of the inhabitants of every district within which a solid waste management authority is created that the facilities and services of such solid waste management authority shall be used by the owners or occupants of all lands, buildings and premises within such district, and the solid waste management authority may by resolution require the owners or occupants of all lands, buildings and premises therein to use the services and facilities of the solid waste management authority under such rules and regulations as the solid waste management authority shall fix and establish. The provisions of this section shall not be construed, however, to affect or impair any contract entered into prior to the creation of a solid waste management authority. L.1968, c. 249, s. 27, eff. Aug. 16, 1968.

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